1968 Corvette T-Top, 427-390 hp, 4 speed, numbers matching original motor, 35,751 actual miles. Lemans Blue paint with Dark Blue interior. Original, unrestored, and unmolested Survivor in excellent condition. Bloomington Survivor and multiple NCRS Top Flight awards including regional. These original unmolested cars are among the rarest of rare and are rising to the top of the Corvette food chain as unrestored cars are used as guideposts for restorers, shining a light on the way vehicles were originally built. The solid feel of an excellent unrestored car cannot be overstated! Optioned with power steering, power brakes, power windows, headrests, shoulder harness, transistorized ignition, M-21, 3.55 posi, SS brakes, A.I.R., AM/FM stereo radio, aluminized exhaust, luggage rack, tinted glass, P01 hubcaps with Firestone Super Sport redline tires. Most all factory correct type components.
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